Posted On:8/21/2008 12:51pm
I wanted to get some unbiased opinions of a sparring session that took place at the august throwdown in toronto. If you want the background you can read the thread here: http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=72588
YouTube - Toronto Throwdown Aug 2008 Part 3
it's all vanity
Posted On:8/21/2008 1:48pm
WITCH WUN ARR YEW?
Posted On:8/21/2008 1:51pm
it shouldn't matter, that's the point of posting this.
Posted On:8/21/2008 1:54pm
Ah, well, in that case, he kicked your ass.
Posted On:8/21/2008 2:26pm
Style: BJJ, MT
No shinguards, ouch.
I am a Ninja bitches!! Deal with it
Posted On:8/21/2008 2:39pm
Style: Improv comedy
You clearly didn't take him down when you could have, probably due to those crapy puzzle mats and wooden floor.
His style leaves him wide open for takedowns.
Posted On:8/21/2008 2:45pm
Style: ex-wrestling, boxing newb
I agree with Goju.
Mr. Grey could have taken down Mr. Black several times. Towards the end that looked like a pretty smooth takedown. Mr. Black was asking for it. Mr. Black could have had a takedown when the ground scuffle ended at around 5:02.
Mr. Black has ridiculously quick legs and pretty good punches it looks like. He should take up some judo or wrestling.
Posted On:8/21/2008 2:50pm
dude... that dude leans forward when he punches, which is ASKING for a takedown or a leg sweep.
and more so, those tippy tappy kicks are asking for a single leg td.
it's kinda hilarious that grey gets progressively more pissed off throughout the match.
Do you eat breakfast?
Posted On:8/21/2008 2:59pm
Style: Kitty Pow Pow!!!
Not really enough going on to make much of a judgment. Sparring on an open mat in the middle of a big room is really annoying, especially as a shorter person sparring a taller person (and especially if that taller person just wants to hang back and kick). You can't really utilize aggression and infighting as a shorter fighter if you have to stop every time you get to the edge of the mat. I would try a little harder to stay on the inside working close in leg kicks, overhands and uppercuts. I don't really have any criticisms though since I know what a pain it is to spar under these conditions.
TKD guy should try and hop around less and focus more on controlling the range and keeping you on your heels. He's letting himself get backed up too much, something which results in what happened when you got him against the wall.
Try to arrange something in a ring next time and I'd probably have more to go on =P
Guess which finger is the fickle one...
Posted On:8/21/2008 3:04pm
Style: Karate/ Arnis
Is there a policy up there about not keeping your hands up?
Being many Canadians are of French descent,
I would have thought it would come more naturally.
If you can't laugh at yourself,
Others will be happy to do it for you. :evil6:
The 2 most abundant elements in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity.
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